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August 6, 2020

The opinionated notion that rock and metal have long exhausted their potential seems to be highly popular as of late. Within not just the last few years, but the past decade or so, a seemingly endless of cascade of poorly argued opinion pieces have littered the ether stating how the genre is long dead and decomposed. Of course, such a notion is utterly absurd. Anyone who has peeked into the scene’s underbelly will know this, with thousands of art...

July 30, 2020

Dublin has long enjoyed a global reputation for many a year, with it’s earnest cobblestoned streets, emerald decadence and Celtic lilt captivating the minds and hearts of countless of visitors. However, beneath such cobble the city is host to a flourishing and robust contemporary music scene, one that nurtures emerging talent and collectively fights back the all sterilising nature of gentrification. One such band to emerge from the fray is the et...

July 8, 2020

 Birthed in industrial South Wales, Swansea/Newport-based trio ​Only Fools And Corpses​ have come out alive and fighting, lunging for the world’s throat. Conceived in summer 2018, guitarist & vocalist Cameron Mcintyre, bassist Dan Richards and drummer Jack Hughes began ​Only Fools and Corpses ​as jam sessions planned around Cameron’s idea for ​“an EP about a mind collapsing, just a few really horrible, themed songs about mental collapse and peopl...

June 23, 2020

Just before the United Kingdom shut down, Gloucestershire alt-rock band Mirages were busy rehearsing with their newest band members. They were due to play their first gig as a unit, which was unfortunately, but unsurprisingly, cancelled. So what are they planning next? How are they entertaining their audience during this period of rare downtime that many of us are experiencing? We spoke (remotely) to guitarist/singer Jake Chown to find out. 


June 17, 2020

For reasons we don’t need to explain, festivals this summer are - unfortunately - a no-go. But Sub Cultures, fresh from from the South-West, will bring the festival to you with their summery brand of indie-punk. The band are spread throughout the Forest of Dean, South Wales, and Gloucester, but they haven’t let this distance stop them from making music. 

Frontman Kane Radnor explained that their second single, ‘Alone’, was recorded “during Lo...

June 12, 2020

Since their inception in 2018, Newcastle quartet Creegan have been busy cementing themselves as an essential edition to all those 'ones to watch' playlists we love to keep ourselves tuned to. Having played a string of sold out shows in the North East, blown away audiences at Hit The North festival, built a fast-growing Spotify fanbase and received media support from BBC Introducing alongside a plethora of other media outlets, the band excel at bl...

May 12, 2020

The hypothetically masked Manchester two piece Overrider are certainly a fresh and unique proposition, one that can be a source of idiosyncratic relation right now. Taking inspiration from artists such as 65daysofstatic, Three Trapped Tigers, Curve, Massive Attack, Oceansize and the more ambient work of Nine Inch Nails, Overrider are band that inter-blend voltaic electronic ambience with a tastefully subtle hacker aesthetic and a love of cod...

April 22, 2020

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Those local to the Bristolian contemporary scene will likely acknowledge the name Downard with knowing, ever so slightly chipped-tooth grins. Composed of partners Andy Pickett (Drums, Vocals) and Kate Louise (Bass), the noise-rock duo have been honing their craft in the underbelly of the South West for almost a decade now, cracking venue foundations and grinding teeth aplenty in the process. With their long-awa...

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